In the 1850s Rosalind Park was a government camp and before that the creeks and surrounding areas would have been an important resource for the Dja Dja Wurrung people of the Kulin nation. The park now boasts 60 acres of lush grasslands and tree-lined walkways, plus sculptures, a children's playground and conservatory.
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50 Gaol Rd
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If you've ever strolled through Rosalind Park in Bendigo you've no doubt seen the large poppet head. The structure has been sitting idly in the park since 1931, when it was moved from the Garden Gully United mine (one of Bendigo's richest mines). The...Public art Saturday October 20 2018 Free
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In 2018 the Dja Dja Wurrung are celebrating five years since the Recognition Settlement Agreement was signed with the state government of Victoria. The agreement acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung as the traditional owners of central Victoria, granting the Djaara...Saturday November 17 2018 Free